I still have my Galaxy S6 and I forgot that disk encryption wasn't enabled by default, so I decided to enable it...
I couldn't figure out why the device kept telling me that my backup passcode, to my fingerprint, was wrong. How? I know what I set my passcode to...
Turns out that Android had truncated my passcode at 16 characters on entry, but I didn't notice because I was too busy typing and verifying my passcode. Why are you limiting my level of security?
I love long device passcodes, this is why I appreciate TouchID on my iPhone — I'm able to have a lengthy passcode that I don't need to enter unless it's on initial boot for decryption purposes.
My iPhone has a 30 character passcode, my Android is software limited to 16 characters. I can't wrap my head around how this makes sense.
Am I really the only one that finds this obnoxious?
Sidebar: I understand my passcode is overkill, let me be great.